Routing and Turning

Is shaping timber using a revolving, multi-toothed cutter known as milling or routing?
Routing
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What would you use a hand held-router without jigs for?
Making a moulded edge around a table top
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Name three types of wood turning chisel
Gouge, Skew chisel, Scrapper
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When using a wood-turning lathe, is the tool rested on a support and guided by the hand or is it held in a tool post and guided by a turning wheel?
The tool is rested on a support and is guided by hand
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When using a centre lathe, is the tool rested on asupport and guided by hand or is it held in a tool post and guided by a turning wheel?
The tool is held in a tool post and guided by a turning wheel
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State TWO ways in which work can be held securely when turning on a lathe
The work can be held between centres or the work can be screwed onto a faceplate
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What piece of machienery controls both the work and cutting tools on a CNC centre lathe?
A Stepper motor
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What kind of items are CNC lathes generally used to turn?
Large quantities of identical pieces
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Card 2

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What would you use a hand held-router without jigs for?

Back

Making a moulded edge around a table top

Card 3

Front

Name three types of wood turning chisel

Back

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Card 4

Front

When using a wood-turning lathe, is the tool rested on a support and guided by the hand or is it held in a tool post and guided by a turning wheel?

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

When using a centre lathe, is the tool rested on asupport and guided by hand or is it held in a tool post and guided by a turning wheel?

Back

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